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GitLab – Simply migrate?

In this migration guide, web developer Dominik describes different challenges and stumbling blocks when migrating the version of the management tool “GitLab”. In the example shown, version 10.0.2 is migrated from a web server with VM Debian v7 to a current Debian v10 on-premises system. The use of Docker simplifies [ Mehr… [ Mehr… ]

By |2020-04-29T16:18:02+02:0024. April 2020|Blog, Expert Blog, Experts|

NDSU: Mixed-Reality & eKanban

Mixed-Reality & eKanban
Mixed Reality is the topic of this year’s “Capstone Project”. Inwerken has been active as a project sponsor for several years. Numerous pioneering projects with the North Dakota State University (NDSU) have already been implemented. From the broad spectrum of possible areas of application for mixed reality, [ Mehr… ]

By |2020-04-14T14:41:56+02:0014. April 2020|Blog, Blog, Blog, Expert Blog, Fachbeitrag, International|

Exciting information on data protection day

What does a data protection coordinator do and why is the data protection of a company important? To answer these questions, Tiziana, a dual student at Inwerken AG, conducted an interview with her colleague Benjamin on the occasion of the European Data Protection Day.

Tiziana: Hello Benjamin. Thank you for taking the time to answer my [ Mehr… ]

By |2020-02-03T09:37:38+01:003. February 2020|Blog, Fachbeitrag|

Consumption of CDS Views in Freestyle UI5 Applications

There has been the convenient option of creating CDS views in Eclipse and publishing them via annotation on the SAP Gateway since SAP Netweaver 7.4 SP05. Using the available templates in the SAP WebIDE, you can easily generate an interface for the CDS views. This creates a complete SAP Fiori application with just a few [ Mehr… ]

By |2019-12-05T12:29:49+01:0025. November 2019|Blog, Blog, Blog, Expert Blog, Experts, Fachbeitrag|

Worlds of a CodeJam

A CodeJam has always been a challenge for participants. I learned this a few days ago when Ingo Bräuninger lectured at a Codejam event that took place on 10.05.2019, regarding the “ABAP Restful Programming Model”.

Ingo Bräuninger is an old hand in the SAP business and knows exactly how the old world is ticking and how [ Mehr… ]

By |2019-06-25T13:02:28+02:0025. June 2019|Blog, ERP, Events, Events, Expert Blog, SAP-Community|

Unit tests 3/3: How to implement unit tests in ABAP?

In the third blog post in the Unit Tests series, our developers Max and Basti, use a sample tutorial to demonstrate the implementation of unit tests. They use the Eclipse development environment and follow the test-driven development approach.

The first step to implement unit tests in ABAP is to create a global class.

By |2019-06-25T09:24:48+02:0013. June 2019|Blog, Blog, ERP, Expert Blog, Experts|

SAP networking and fun at the SitHVR

The SAP Inside Track was the reason for my first visit to the city although it took place just on the outskirts. It seems as if I´ve been in Hannover more often than in Berlin. I am an occasional ABAP programmer with reports that fortunately rarely go live (if they do so it is usually [ Mehr… ]

Unit-Tests 2/3: ABAP in Eclipse

The development environment Eclipse became known through the programming language Java. For some years, though, Eclipse has also supported programming with ABAP. Many Java developers swear by the development environment as it offers many opportunities to simplify development and improve the quality of the source code. [ Mehr… ]

By |2019-05-03T11:21:09+02:0029. April 2019|Blog, Blog, ERP, Expert Blog, Experts, Fachbeitrag|

CodeRetreat: Pair Programming

Another CodeRetreat took place at Inwerken on the 15.02.2019. The “hot topic” “Test Driven Development” was taken up and was presented in the SAP world.With the fact that the practical tasks of the last CodeRetreats proved themselves, it was decided that the task Conways Game of Life would be programmed this time.

By |2019-04-08T10:32:26+02:008. April 2019|Events, Experts|